Mysterious Reappearance of Santiago Flight 513

Santiago Flight 513 Commercial Airliner Takes Off in Germany in 1954, Lands in Brazil in 1989… Longest Flight on Record?

Missing Plane Santiago Flight 513 Circles Airport and Lands with 92 Skeletons on Board.

It’s the stuff of science fiction surely? Little can be found online about this amazing story except people that claim to remember it hitting the headlines… Newspaper reporter Irwin Fisher’s report confirms the sketchy details that surround this flight.

According to Brazilian aviation authorities a commercial aircraft Santiago flight 513 took off from Germany on September 4th 1954 and disappeared somewhere over the Atlantic ocean. It was assumed the plane crashed and all loves were lost.

Reappearing allegedly in Porto Alegre Brazil on October 12 1989.

The story goes that the control tower had no communication with the plane that apparently circled the airport then landed.

Going to meet the plane, upon opening the doors airport support and security were shocked to discover all 78 passengers and 4 crew members seated in their seats and skeletonized. Including the pilot Captain Miguel Victor Cury who was still apparently clutching the controls. It was also noted that the plane was still idling.

Officials were said to refuse to comment on the reappearance of the missing flight nor to speculate on where the plane had been for the intervening 35 years.

Dr. Celso Atello, a paranormal researcher, said Santiago airline flight 513 had “almost certainly entered a time warp, there is no other explanation.”

Dr. Atello doesn’t seem to have had an explanation as to how the skeleton of the pilot managed to land the plane safely.

Santiago Airlines apparently went out of business in 1956 and their executives who are still alive didn’t know enough about the flight to comment.

It is strongly believed that government officials have hushed up this case, that they have clear evidence time warps exist and they do not want to scare us.

There have been many reports of pilots losing time, of arriving at destinations far too early than is even possible.

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